Virtual Conference

Track: Frontotemporal and Mixed dementia

Frontotemporal and Mixed dementia


Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) or Pick’s disease is a common term for the group of abnormal brain disorders that initially affects the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. Earlier FTD show symptoms of antisocial behavior along with loss of speech, muscle weakness and unsteadiness. It is notable cause of Dementia in adolescents. Occurrence of representing more than one type of dementia simultaneously in the brain is categorized as Mixed Dementia. Certain autopsy studies of older people with dementia shows a combination of several causes such as Alzheimer’s, Vascular and LBD. Studies and research are ongoing to determine the symptoms of having mixed dementia and to found the ways for treating mixed dementia.